The general purpose of the Omaha Czech Cultural Club is to create an awareness of Czech and Slovak heritage and to encourage study of the culture, language, music, art and history. Our club offers our membership the opportunity to pass traditions on to younger family members, meet visitors, exchange students, professors from the Czech Republic and Slovakia, as well as the chance to practice Czech language skills. There is always Czech/Slovak camaraderie and opportunities to meet and visit with others who share your interest in the Czech/Slovak Culture.
September: We host an informal "Piknik" in a picturesque setting.
Monthly meetings/programs - each meeting includes:
Short business meeting
- Concerts (visiting Czech/Slovak artists)
October through May: We hold meetings, usually the second Sunday of the month, at 12:30 p.m. at Corrigan Senior Center, 39th & "X" Streets.
Scheduling exceptions: Scheduled meeting in December is replaced with a Czech/Slovak Christmas Party/Dinner and in April the scheduled meeting is replaced by the Czech/Slovak Folklore Festival (food, musical groups, dancers, bake sale, vendors with Czech/Slovak goods, Czech/Slovak Queens and much more).